International Solar Alliance Summit : Complete details of the event

The ISA is the first treaty-based intergovernmental organisation to be based in India that aims to help sunshine-rich developing countries to tap solar energy...

Air pollution is increasing the risk of diabetes globally

According to a new research done by Washington University School of Medicine and the Veterans Affairs (VA) St. Louis Health Care System, air pollution...

Password guidance by websites show only little improvement over a decade

Many popular internet sites including the likes of Amazon and Wikipedia have not succeeded in providing their users with the appropriate advice on how...

Beetles being pushed to brink because of Loss of Trees

The International Union for the Conservation of Nature assessed the status of 700 European beetles that live in old and hollowed wood. About one-fifth of Europe’s...

Jeff Bezos owned Blue Origin to supply Engines for Vulcan Rocket

Jeff Bezos announced them winning the contract to build & supply engines for the Vulcan Rocket Amazon.com’s CEO Jeff Bezos has won the contract to build...

Do nanomaterials harm aquatic life? New research finds out!

Since many have touted nanotechnology as the "future" of science and innovation, nanomaterials have been for the past decade utilized in the production of...

Seasonal reservoir filling and emptying in India might lead to earthquakes

The seasonal filling and emptying of reservoirs in India could cause considerable deformation of the surrounding rocks, which might lead to the reduction of...

Japanese and American astronauts conduct NASA’s third spacewalk of 2018

On Thursday, February 15, 2018, two astronauts ventured outside the International Space Station (ISS) of NASA to move components for the station’s robotic system...

Astronomers observe black hole eating a star for the first time

Scientists have observed the after eruptions of a black hole consuming a star for the first time ever. The National Radio Astronomy Observatory reported...

PTSD rate in prison employees as high as that of war veterans

Prison employees have the same rate of PTSD as that of Iraqi and Afghani war war veterans, claims a new study done by Washington...